, who became the first Japanese player to clinch singles title on Saturday, but also Haitian from her father phrase she constantly reminds the public any time doing interview. Proud of her performance the Haitian Community Celebrates Osaka’s First Grand Slam Victory in ,  New York, , Montreal, Santiago Chile, Brazil, Dominican Republic and where she living actually.

The 20-year-old, who was born in Japan but raised in the United States, between almost culture Japanese, Haitian and beat her childhood idol 6-2 6-4 on Saturday in final marred by Williams’s outburst after she was handed code violation for coaching.was a picture of calm in the midst of her opponent’s meltdown that cast a pall over the final.

In , all her performance the US-Open 2018 was religiously watching on television the same effect of a soccer cup, people took a off from the to do miss the final, after her victory against the famous mater champion Serena Williams that also a popular and well-respected athlete in people was screaming joyfully to celebrate the highest tennis player from Haitian roots in .

The curious thing we noticed in Brooklyn New York, in East Orange New Jersey All Haitian businesses, especially in restaurant and sport people show-up Haitian and Japanese flag where t-shirt and Mari Osaka the other sister in the Osaka Family that also the Haitian community expect also very soon will step-up on podium a major trophy as well.

Osaka, the daughter of a Haitian father and Japanese mother, also helping break new ground in Japan as her biracial identity challenges the country’s self- as a racially homogenous society.

Osaka is the latest biracial athlete to enter the limelight in Japan following sprinter Asuka and baseball player Yu Darvish.

Osaka left Japan when she was and was raised in New York and Florida. She holds Japanese and citizenship and addresses fans on camera in broken Japanese which helped win over the public in Japan she mention religiously her half Haitian identity talking about her father Leonard Farnçois who teach sisters how player tennis but also she always about her grandmother from her dad by saying I grow in a Haitian family also.

While Japan is becoming ethnically diverse one of 50 births is to biracial couples these days there is still plenty of prejudice against “haafu,” or half-Japanese, including cases of bullying mixed race children because they look different or different names.

Public attitudes are slowly changing as Japanese society becomes with the global economy, and the emergence of ethnically mixed , especially in sports, is helping.

the 2016 Rio Olympics, Mashu Baker won a gold medal in judo and anchored the silver medal-winning 4×100 meters relay .

“Japanese are more accustomed to people from other cultures,” said Hirotaka Matsuoka, a professor of sports marketing Waseda University in Tokyo.

“If athlete isn’t half-hearted and really makes it they are representing Japan, then the public will support them.”

In the from the Haitian culture where the biracial citizen is always welcome because of the of this country roots from different ethnicity as Amerindians, French, Spanish, German, , Asian and  descendants who are represent 80 %   of the population.

Naomi Osaka followed by the Haitian media with scrutiny since the last seven years, in her first Grand Slam victory is only confirmation for her to show the she is Champion and her sacrifice for this sport has paid off, but it’s also a mean for Japan the first athlete male and ever win a in the of Japan  she celebrated they as heroes.

 In Haitian and all the Haitian all over the world she represents everything an idol, a champion, a breakthrough in the sport’s history, the first woman athlete with Haitian roots, she also a model for youngsters especially the girls who since appreciating her simplicity, her honesty and how humble she is.

In the , the media and the Public as tendency presented her as a   champion, it seems  3 part of the world , American and Asian  culture who wants a piece of they all want her a part of their nation, but the reality she compete under the Japanese Flag as a Japanese and cheering her Haitian Identity in her heart and proud of it, also any young Amerian salute her   New-York in Maimi.

Never an athlete has been so appreciating for her biracial and multicultural identity and her ability to show her and appreciation for all of her and cultural roots because she is an athlete, a young woman a Champion and a lovely person.

The Osaka’s sister’s Naomi and Mari stepping in shoes of the William’s sister’s family to the new legends in tennis with a little more because they represent a story of and cultural diversity beyond any cliché limitation they are limitless and we can wait for more surprise from Naomi and Mari Osaka in the future.